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The North West Star
Man with two degrees rejected for 'thousands' of jobsmanagement in sustainable development from the University of Queensland and a B
Man with two degrees rejected for 'thousands' of jobs
The North West Star / Posted 13 hours ago
management in sustainable development from the University of Queensland and a Bachelor of Environmental Science from James Cook University. He completed them in 2012 and 2016 respectively. He is 25, well spoken, has completed a three-month... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Who We Are: Part 7 - Rotorua to Hicks Bayit's not really Tolaga Bay. Peps told me the place has been called Uawa for muc
Who We Are: Part 7 - Rotorua to Hicks Bay
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 17 hours ago
it's not really Tolaga Bay. Peps told me the place has been called Uawa for much longer. Tolaga Bay was the name James Cook gave the place when he passed by in 1769. There are theories Cook mangled a Maori word or imported a Tahitian word... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Roads closed in Porirua due to wavesafter midnight on Sunday morning, police working with Transit NZ and Porirua Ci
Roads closed in Porirua due to waves
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 21 hours ago
after midnight on Sunday morning, police working with Transit NZ and Porirua City Council closed State Highway 58 between James Cook Drive to Pauatahanui Town and Grays Road between Pauatahanui and Pope Street Cambourne. "The road were closed... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Man with two degrees rejected for 'thousands' of jobsmanagement in sustainable development from the University of Queensland and a B
Man with two degrees rejected for 'thousands' of jobs
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
management in sustainable development from the University of Queensland and a Bachelor of Environmental Science from James Cook University. He completed them in 2012 and 2016 respectively. Brisbane's Mathew Townsend is looking for work and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Prawn farm boom forecast for north Queenslandprawn farm in the Northern Territory to supply the high-end Asian market with f
Prawn farm boom forecast for north Queensland
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
prawn farm in the Northern Territory to supply the high-end Asian market with farmed prawns. Professor Dean Jerry from James Cook University said thousands more positions could open up as other farms expand. "Aquaculture is going to be a key... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
University of Otago honours research leader2013 she was honoured with Fellowship of the Royal Society of New Zealand and i
University of Otago honours research leader
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 2 days ago
2013 she was honoured with Fellowship of the Royal Society of New Zealand and in that same year she received a prestigious James Cook Research Fellowship from the Society for her public engagement genetic science project “Africa to Aotearoa”.Such... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
When the law caught up with ‘Chook’apprehended. On Tuesday, Mr Linden sentenced him to a total of 20 months' jail
When the law caught up with ‘Chook’
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
apprehended. On Tuesday, Mr Linden sentenced him to a total of 20 months' jail, with a nine month non-parole period. James Cook, who shared some matters with Mr Fowler and was charged with obtaining property by deception and having suspected... Read more
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Northern Echo
Girl, 13, remains seriously ill after being knocked off her bicycle in Darlington road accidentAvensis around 6.30pm (on Wednesday), outside the May Flower Court Care Home on
Girl, 13, remains seriously ill after being knocked off her bicycle in Darlington road accident
Northern Echo / Posted 2 days ago
Avensis around 6.30pm (on Wednesday), outside the May Flower Court Care Home on Yarm Road. “The girl was airlifted to James Cook Hospital in Middlesbrough with serious head injuries.” Police have issued an appeal for witnesses to the incident... Read more
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metro
Schoolboy killed himself after fellow pupil 'threatened to have him stabbed'when she returned home to cook dinner. Despite efforts to revive him, he died
Schoolboy killed himself after fellow pupil 'threatened to have him stabbed'
metro / Posted 2 days ago
when she returned home to cook dinner. Despite efforts to revive him, he died a few hours later after being airlifted to James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough. An inquest heard that just a month before his death in April this year, a... Read more
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The North West Star
Remote students keen on locationwas not a large number, but that the survey might have been affected by the fac
Remote students keen on location
The North West Star / Posted 3 days ago
was not a large number, but that the survey might have been affected by the fact the major of students surveyed were from James Cook University, which had a focus on regional and rural placements. The session’s chairperson Dr Denis Lennox said... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
There are bright spots among the world's coral reefs – the challenge is to learn from them By Joshua Cinner from James Cook University Photo:Bright spots are reefs doi
There are bright spots among the world's coral reefs – the challenge is to learn from them
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
By Joshua Cinner from James Cook University Photo:Bright spots are reefs doing better than they should be given the circumstances.(Supplied: Tane... Read more
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The North West Star
Remote controlremote areas, we receive less per capita in health services.” Deputy Vice Chan
Remote control
The North West Star / Posted 3 days ago
remote areas, we receive less per capita in health services.” Deputy Vice Chancellor of Tropical Health and Medicine at James Cook University Prof Ian Wronski said the Mount Isa Centre for Remote and Rural Centre was a world-class... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
There are bright spots among the world's coral reefs – the challenge is to learn from them By Joshua Cinner from James Cook University Photo:Bright spots are reefs doi
There are bright spots among the world's coral reefs – the challenge is to learn from them
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
By Joshua Cinner from James Cook University Photo:Bright spots are reefs doing better than they should be given the circumstances.(AAP/WWF: Jgen... Read more
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The North West Star
Are you remotely interested conference starts today in Mount Isaconference at the centre. Hundreds of delegates from across Australia are arri
Are you remotely interested conference starts today in Mount Isa
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
conference at the centre. Hundreds of delegates from across Australia are arriving today in Mount Isa for a conference at James Cook University’s Mount Isa Centre for Rural and Remote Health on the hospital grounds. Organiser Professor Sabina... Read more
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News.com.au
Facebook, Twitter under pressure to censor grisly images, videoin Minneapolis, and automatically playing the video on its network, only adding
Facebook, Twitter under pressure to censor grisly images, video
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
in Minneapolis, and automatically playing the video on its network, only adding a warning about “graphic content” later. James Cook University sociology senior lecturer Theresa Petray said social networks’ ability to disseminate information... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Tonga's heavenly Heilalanames important to New Zealand. On the tourist map we picked up on arrival, th
Tonga's heavenly Heilala
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
names important to New Zealand. On the tourist map we picked up on arrival, the names Abel Tasman Landing Site and James Cook Landing Site jumped out - albeit at almost opposite ends of Tongatapu.The beach at Heilala Holiday Lodge. Photo /... Read more
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Daily Mail
New technique banishes acid reflux for good using an electric needleup the gullet. I was prescribed lansoprazole, which reduces the amount of acid
New technique banishes acid reflux for good using an electric needle
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
up the gullet. I was prescribed lansoprazole, which reduces the amount of acid your stomach produces, and referred to the James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough for more tests. RELATED ARTICLES Rise of the MOOB job: Enquiries about male... Read more
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Northern Echo
Hartlepool biker seriously hurt in North Yorkshire smashThe motorcyclist, a 34-year-old man from Hartlepool, suffered back and chest in
Hartlepool biker seriously hurt in North Yorkshire smash
Northern Echo / Posted 4 days ago
The motorcyclist, a 34-year-old man from Hartlepool, suffered back and chest injuries and was airlifted to the James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough. His injuries are serious but not believed to be life-threatening. The driver of the... Read more
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Northern Echo
Schoolboy Harry Gray was found hanged after fellow pupil's stab threats, inquest toldbody. The youngster had hanged himself. She and her neighbours made frantic ef
Schoolboy Harry Gray was found hanged after fellow pupil's stab threats, inquest told
Northern Echo / Posted 4 days ago
body. The youngster had hanged himself. She and her neighbours made frantic efforts to revive him and he was taken to the James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough, where he died in the early hours of the following morning. The inquest... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Mulitple motorcycle crashes in the Tri-Cities area reminds drivers to be cautiousdriving. "Stay out of people's blind spots. It's not like seeing another car o
Mulitple motorcycle crashes in the Tri-Cities area reminds drivers to be cautious
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 5 days ago
driving. "Stay out of people's blind spots. It's not like seeing another car or big truck. You can't see them," he said. James Cook owns Appalachian Rider Education. He's been teaching for more than 20 years and has taught about 8,000... Read more
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Northern Echo
Biker deliberately flipped machine to save friend following multiple Teesdale crashincident by the GNAAS doctor and paramedics. He was also treated for two open
Biker deliberately flipped machine to save friend following multiple Teesdale crash
Northern Echo / Posted 5 days ago
incident by the GNAAS doctor and paramedics. He was also treated for two open femur fractures, before being flown to the James Cook University Hospital, in Middlesbrough, where he arrived in a serious but stable condition within 13 minutes. Mr... Read more
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Northern Echo
Biker flipped motorbike to save friend following multiple Teesdale crashincident by the GNAAS doctor and paramedics. He was also treated for two open
Biker flipped motorbike to save friend following multiple Teesdale crash
Northern Echo / Posted 5 days ago
incident by the GNAAS doctor and paramedics. He was also treated for two open femur fractures, before being flown to the James Cook University Hospital, in Middlesbrough, where he arrived in a serious but stable condition within 13 minutes. Mr... Read more
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Northern Echo
Woman suffers multiple injuries after being knock over by motorbike in Stocktonwoman is believed to have leg injuries, facial injuries and possible internal i
Woman suffers multiple injuries after being knock over by motorbike in Stockton
Northern Echo / Posted 5 days ago
woman is believed to have leg injuries, facial injuries and possible internal injuries and was taken to Middlesbrough's James Cook University Hospital for treatment. Any witnesses or anyone with information is asked PC Anthony Cairns from the... Read more
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Northern Echo
Woman airlifted to hospital after being thrown from horse in Spennymoorat around noon and the GNAAS doctor and paramedic crew assessed and treated the
Woman airlifted to hospital after being thrown from horse in Spennymoor
Northern Echo / Posted 5 days ago
at around noon and the GNAAS doctor and paramedic crew assessed and treated the patient for a chest and possible head injury. Loading article content She was then airlifted to James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough within eight m... Read more
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News Mail
Much-loved midwife Holly awarded with scholarshipclinical outcomes as part of the program. Anita Smith will receive $2000 to ass
Much-loved midwife Holly awarded with scholarship
News Mail / Posted 6 days ago
clinical outcomes as part of the program. Anita Smith will receive $2000 to assist in her ongoing post graduate studies at James Cook University majoring in diabetes. Ms Smith, who works in oncology, said her qualification would benefit patients... Read more
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Northern Echo
Rider, 61, suffers serious injuries after multi-bike crash in TeesdaleMiddleton-in-Teesdale, just after 1pm. A spokesman for the Great North Air Amb
Rider, 61, suffers serious injuries after multi-bike crash in Teesdale
Northern Echo / Posted 6 days ago
Middleton-in-Teesdale, just after 1pm. A spokesman for the Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) confirmed their crew assisted at the scene before the victim was flown to James Cook University Hospital, in Middlesbrough. Loading article con... Read more
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Northern Echo
Ready and waiting for new scanner at Northallerton’s Friarage Hospital£2m fundraising campaign gathers pace. The scanner will be based at the former
Ready and waiting for new scanner at Northallerton’s Friarage Hospital
Northern Echo / Posted 6 days ago
£2m fundraising campaign gathers pace. The scanner will be based at the former special care baby unit, which moved to the James Cook Hospital in Middlesbrough nearly two years ago. The scanner will mean thousands of patients will no longer have... Read more
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Canberra Times
Yarrabah artist Michelle Yeatman shapes stories of her countryfringed with mango trees and the Cape Grafton hibiscus collected by botanist Jo
Yarrabah artist Michelle Yeatman shapes stories of her country
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
fringed with mango trees and the Cape Grafton hibiscus collected by botanist Joseph Banks when the Endeavour captained by James Cook dropped anchor in 1770. In the distance lies Fitzroy Island, a former quarantine station for Chinese miners... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Captain Cook’s wife’s crockery on displayits collection a ceramic china set once owned by Elizabeth Cook, the widow of f
Captain Cook’s wife’s crockery on display
Oak Bay News / Posted 7 days ago
its collection a ceramic china set once owned by Elizabeth Cook, the widow of famed British explorer and navigator Captain James Cook, who was the first to make contact with the northwest coast from 1776 to 1779. The set was originally in the... Read more
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The North West Star
Experts are not kidding on kidneysafter completing a pharmacy degree. He has since also completed a Masters of P
Experts are not kidding on kidneys
The North West Star / Posted 9 days ago
after completing a pharmacy degree. He has since also completed a Masters of Public Health and Tropical Medicine with James Cook University while learning interventional nephrology skills in Cairns for five years. Apart from general... Read more
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BC Local News
Ceramic set of Captain James Cook’s wife on display at B.C. museumits collection a ceramic china set once owned by Elizabeth Cook, the widow of f
Ceramic set of Captain James Cook’s wife on display at B.C. museum
BC Local News / Posted 9 days ago
its collection a ceramic china set once owned by Elizabeth Cook, the widow of famed British explorer and navigator Captain James Cook, who was the first to make contact with the northwest coast from 1776 to 1779. The set was originally in the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Medical centre expands into West Dubbo roomsto young doctors in training or registrars was another important part of the gr
Medical centre expands into West Dubbo rooms
Daily Liberal / Posted 10 days ago
to young doctors in training or registrars was another important part of the groups' operations and currently students from James Cook University in Townsville as well as from the University of New England, Newcastle and Sydney were gaining... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Trees dieback in Gulf regionA James Cook University scientist says an ‘unprecedented’ event has been confir
Trees dieback in Gulf region
Daily Liberal / Posted 10 days ago
A James Cook University scientist says an ‘unprecedented’ event has been confirmed with surveys showing thousands of hectares of mangroves on the Gulf of Carpentaria suffering a severe dieback. A James Cook University scientist says an... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Trees dieback in Gulf regionA James Cook University scientist says an ‘unprecedented’ event has been confir
Trees dieback in Gulf region
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 10 days ago
A James Cook University scientist says an ‘unprecedented’ event has been confirmed with surveys showing thousands of hectares of mangroves on the Gulf of Carpentaria suffering a severe dieback. A James Cook University scientist says an... Read more
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The Young Witness
Trees dieback in Gulf regionA James Cook University scientist says an ‘unprecedented’ event has been confir
Trees dieback in Gulf region
The Young Witness / Posted 10 days ago
A James Cook University scientist says an ‘unprecedented’ event has been confirmed with surveys showing thousands of hectares of mangroves on the Gulf of Carpentaria suffering a severe dieback. A James Cook University scientist says an... Read more
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Western Advocate
Trees dieback in Gulf regionA James Cook University scientist says an ‘unprecedented’ event has been confir
Trees dieback in Gulf region
Western Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
A James Cook University scientist says an ‘unprecedented’ event has been confirmed with surveys showing thousands of hectares of mangroves on the Gulf of Carpentaria suffering a severe dieback. A James Cook University scientist says an... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Trees dieback in Gulf regionA James Cook University scientist says an ‘unprecedented’ event has been confir
Trees dieback in Gulf region
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 10 days ago
A James Cook University scientist says an ‘unprecedented’ event has been confirmed with surveys showing thousands of hectares of mangroves on the Gulf of Carpentaria suffering a severe dieback. A James Cook University scientist says an... Read more
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Northern Echo
Newton Aycliffe youth centre chairman, 75, prepares for 14-hour charity workoutto look at fundraising,” said Mr Crosby. “This will be my last workout. The las
Newton Aycliffe youth centre chairman, 75, prepares for 14-hour charity workout
Northern Echo / Posted 10 days ago
to look at fundraising,” said Mr Crosby. “This will be my last workout. The last time I did one was a few years ago for James Cook University Hospital (in Middlesbrough).” Mr Crosby has been training for the fundraiser for the last month and... Read more
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The Age
Remote mangrove ecosystem suffers 7000 hectare diebackhectares of mangrove trees have died back in the Gulf of Carpentaria sparking f
Remote mangrove ecosystem suffers 7000 hectare dieback
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
hectares of mangrove trees have died back in the Gulf of Carpentaria sparking fears of far reaching repercussions. Photo: James Cook University James Cook University Professor Norm Duke said that was about the extent of their 'hard data' around... Read more
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The North West Star
Trees dieback in Gulf regionA James Cook University scientist says an ‘unprecedented’ event has been confir
Trees dieback in Gulf region
The North West Star / Posted 11 days ago
A James Cook University scientist says an ‘unprecedented’ event has been confirmed with surveys showing thousands of hectares of mangroves on the Gulf of Carpentaria suffering a severe dieback. A James Cook University scientist says an... Read more
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Italianicious
Italianiciousfor the 22nd Australian Italian Festival, to be held from 6-7 August. The even
Italianicious
Italianicious / Posted 11 days ago
for the 22nd Australian Italian Festival, to be held from 6-7 August. The event was developed from a survey conducted by James Cook University in 1993 that recognised the potential in celebrating the social, economic and cultural contributions... Read more
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The News and Star
Paraglider airlifted to hospital after Cumbrian fell crasha North West Ambulance Service paramedic crew from Brough, who assisted with pl
Paraglider airlifted to hospital after Cumbrian fell crash
The News and Star / Posted 11 days ago
a North West Ambulance Service paramedic crew from Brough, who assisted with placing the patient onto a scoop stretcher before carrying him to the waiting aircraft." The man was flown to James Cook Hospital in Middlebrough with serious back injuri... Read more
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dna
Climate change kills off huge swathes of Australian mangrovespercent of the mangroves in the Gulf of Carpentaria, perished in just one month
Climate change kills off huge swathes of Australian mangroves
dna / Posted 11 days ago
percent of the mangroves in the Gulf of Carpentaria, perished in just one month according to researchers from Australia's James Cook University, the first time such an event has been recorded. The so-called dieback -- where mangroves are either... Read more
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iol.co.za
Mangroves fall foul of climate changesurveys and was likely to have been the result of an extended drought period, s
Mangroves fall foul of climate change
iol.co.za / Posted 12 days ago
surveys and was likely to have been the result of an extended drought period, said Norm Duke, a mangrove ecologist from James Cook University. “This is what climate change looks like. You see things push the maximums or minimums... what we are... Read more
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The China Post
Australian mangrove die-off blamed on climate changepercent of the mangroves in the Gulf of Carpentaria, perished in just one month
Australian mangrove die-off blamed on climate change
The China Post / Posted 12 days ago
percent of the mangroves in the Gulf of Carpentaria, perished in just one month according to researchers from Australia's James Cook University, the first time such an event has been recorded.SYDNEY, The so-called dieback -- where mangroves are... Read more
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Daily Mail
Sienna Miller cuddles up to Foxcatcher director Bennett Millernude lipstick, whilst she drew attention to her eyes with a flash of mascara an
Sienna Miller cuddles up to Foxcatcher director Bennett Miller
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
nude lipstick, whilst she drew attention to her eyes with a flash of mascara and eyeliner. Poppy was joined by her husband James Cook, whilst their friend Luke Evans was also soaking up the ambiance with the couple. Taut and toned: Poppy - elder... Read more
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chroniclelive
Darlington bus crash: Family pay tribute to 'beloved mother, grandmother and great grandmother'injuries. One woman, a pedestrian believed to be in her 50s, suffered serious
Darlington bus crash: Family pay tribute to 'beloved mother, grandmother and great grandmother'
chroniclelive / Posted 12 days ago
injuries. One woman, a pedestrian believed to be in her 50s, suffered serious lower leg injuries and was taken to James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough. Chief inspector Graham Milne, of Darlington Police, said: “Our sympathy and... Read more
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Raw Story
Australian mangrove die-off blamed on climate changepercent of the mangroves in the Gulf of Carpentaria, perished in just one month
Australian mangrove die-off blamed on climate change
Raw Story / Posted 12 days ago
percent of the mangroves in the Gulf of Carpentaria, perished in just one month according to researchers from Australia’s James Cook University, the first time such an event has been recorded. The so-called dieback — where mangroves are either... Read more
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Aljazeera
Climate change blamed for huge mangrove die-offtriggered a massive die-off of mangroves along the northern coast of Australia,
Climate change blamed for huge mangrove die-off
Aljazeera / Posted 12 days ago
triggered a massive die-off of mangroves along the northern coast of Australia, according to scientists at the country's James Cook University. Professor Norm Duke, who is also the spokesman for the Australian Mangrove and Saltmarsh Network,... Read more
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The Financial Express
Australian mangrove die-off blamed on climate changeper cent of the mangroves in the Gulf of Carpentaria, perished in just one mont
Australian mangrove die-off blamed on climate change
The Financial Express / Posted 13 days ago
per cent of the mangroves in the Gulf of Carpentaria, perished in just one month according to researchers from Australia’s James Cook University, the first time such an event has been recorded. The so-called dieback — where mangroves are either... Read more
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